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| Dimebag Darrell: Five Years After his Death, The Legend Lives On|
On 8th December 2004, Heavy Metal lost one of its brightest talents - Dimebag Darrell, former Pantera guitarist. But five years on, his legend is still alive, and Dimebag continues to inspire heavy guitarists all over the world.
Snake Newton picks Event Opals for Robbie Williams tour
FOH specialist Snake Newton relies on Event Opals in the pre-production of Robbie's show sound.
Artist Profile: Klaus Badelt, Euphonix user
Film Composer, Producer, Engineer and "Sub-Average" Musician from Los Angeles, CA USA.
Jack White's Pedalboards: From White Stripes to The Dead Weather
Here's a look at the evolution of Jack White's pedalboards...from the red White Stripes one, to his unique "bronze" pedalboard with the Raconteurs and finally The Dead Weather...check them out!!!
Tinariwen Win Uncut Music Award!
Tinariwen beat big names such as Kings of Leon and Bob Dylan, winning this year's Uncut Music Award. Find out more..
Vox DA5 - Used in the Sahara desert by Tinariwen!
The Vox DA5 is a relieable, little workhorse of an amp, widely used by buskers, at home and even at small gigs...but, used in the Sahara desert!? Yes...the DA5 now makes name for itself in the Sahara, as acclaimed band Tinariwen also uses this fantastic little "desert amp"! View pics & interview...
Eagles of Death Metal choose Hayden Amps
Dave Catching and Jesse Hughes from Eagles of Death Metal take to the road with their new Hayden rigs this month.
Biffy Clyro talk about their new Squier signature guitars
Simon Neil and James Johnston sit down with Neil Whitcher from Fender UK and Total Guitar magazine to talk about the new Squier signature Stratocaster and Jazz Bass based on their Custom Shop relic ‘number one’ models
Muse Gear Guide - Matt Bellamy's FX Pedals
When Muse hit the top of the charts in 14 different countries, with their latest album 'The Resistance' they confirmed their position as one of the biggest acts in the world. And, naturally, Matt Bellamy is one of the most admired guitarists of his generation. Let's have a look at his FX Pedals and other gear!
Biffy Clyro Chooses Hayden MoFo
Biffy Clyro guitarist and frontman Simon Neil is a new high-profile user of the new Hayden MoFo All-valve head amp.
Buddy Miller Tales from the road: Recording with Robert Plant
Two legendary artists get together backstage and record a track with help from the M-Audio® ProFire™ 2626 interface, Sputnik mics and Pro Tools® M-Powered™ software.
Les Paul Dies, Aged 94
Sad day for musicians everywhere - Les Paul, one of the world's most incredible, influential and innovative guitarists and inventors, has passed away. It's time to pay tribute to the man who gave us the Gibson Les Paul, the multi-track recording and the tape delay - and changed the face of music forever.
Ste Kerry: on tour with Fightstar, My Vitriol & sE
Front Of House engineer Steve ‘Ste’ Kerry describes how sE gear helps him out both on the road and in the studio…
U2's The Edge hot licks on DELUXE MEMORY MAN
Electro-Harmonix heritage in developing the best analog delays in the world can be seen by U2's Edge digging the EHX top of the line Deluxe Memory Man. Watch clip from forthcoming film It Might Get Loud.
YouTube Hit Song About Guitar Mistreated By Airline
A Canadian country singer has had revenge on the airline he blames for breaking his prize guitar by posting a song about the incident on YouTube.
Fender announces Sonic Youth signature Jazzmasters
“When Fender came to us with an offer to make signature models of our Jazzmaster guitars we jumped at the chance"
Danny Elfman (The Simpsons theme) Discusses Scoring Terminator Salvation with Omnisphere!
With the fourth installment of the sci-fi series Terminator, composer Danny Elfman weighs in with a gripping film score that features Spectrasonics’ Omnisphere virtual instrument on many of the music cues – Elfman often used two Omnispheres for up to sixteen possible sounds at once.
Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee opens Recording Studio
Tommy Lee, studio mogul, Californian facility is “vibey”
Bob Dylan went unrecognised during a trip to John Lennon’s home.
We hear that Bob Dylan toured Mendips, John Lennon’s childhood home, while in Liverpool last week. According to the story that guides told visitors, he showed up at the house late in the day. He supposedly commented that some things, like the unheated bedroom, reminded him of his house in Minnesota.
Scouse pop wonders The Zutons are set to begin work on their new album
The Zutons were part of a wave of groups who emerged from Liverpool. With The Coral breaking new ground, a whole host of bands both good and bad came stumbling in their wake. The Zutons are perhaps the best known of these, and certainly the most successful.
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